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Last week, a month-long celebration began for the seven recipients of the 2020 Engineers Canada awards, honoured for their outstanding projects and achievements, community and professional involvement, contributions to engineering education and support for advancing gender equity and diversity in…
Engineers Canada has elected Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., as president for the 2020–2021 term. In this role, she will join the organization’s board in working with regulators to advance the profession. A senior transportation specialist with GEMTEC Consulting Engineers and Scientists,…
Today, Engineers Canada announced an agreement to transfer ownership of its Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Program—including the protocol for infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability assessment—to the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR). ICLR has partnered with the Climate…
To acknowledge its commitment to International Women’s Day, while also celebrating March as National Engineering Month, Engineers Canada participated in both the #EachforEqual global social media campaign and the #NEM2020 national campaign. As this year’s theme for International Women’s Day…
This year’s Gold Medal winner is Catherine Karakatsanis, P.Eng., of Morrison Hershfield, and the Award for an Engineering Project goes to the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway.
A conversation with Annette Bergeron, President of Engineers Canada, about the 30-by-30 initiative and diversity in the engineering industry.
Organizations including Manitoba Hydro, Hatch, AECOM, and the University of Manitoba are participating in the Manitoba 2030 Coalition (coordinated by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba) to address gendered barriers to recruitment, retention and equity in the profession.
Among eight recipients, Stantec is recognized for its work on the four-year $330-million Iqaluit International Airport upgrade project.